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The only way I can describe the sensation is similar to that of a small burning flame; you can feel something is there but it hasn’t quite set alight.
I believe that flame is passion and no matter where you are in life that passion is what defines, differentiates and gives you purpose.
Or did you hit up that Zumba class and hide embarrassed at the back feeling uncoordinated?
Or did you go out on a run and find yourself panting against a wall after ten minutes… I have been to countless classes, joined gym after gym and tried (and failed) at so many hobbies.
As I mentioned, Mrs Gregory’s words stayed with me, a couple of them now more present than ever before… Our brains have a tough old job of taking care of everything that our bodies throw at it.
Turns out, I’m not the only person to feel this way and the more I continued to speak with people around me, the more apparent it has become that passion is a subject, that everyone, in some way, connects to.
We are constantly pedalled to by the likes of Instagram and Facebook Because of this, I have found myself in a place where I feel slightly lost and I want to define what truly makes me happy.
As I go along this journey, I want to share with you my experiences (as always a pretty honest and uncut version).
As a group of girls in our late twenties we feel that our generation have been privileged (or maybe not so privileged) to have seen the world both before and after the trends of Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat.
In this cast we discuss “The Gathering Crisis”, the live for likes, Face-tuning, blogging, networks, communities and how we feel social media has impacted our mental well being. Enjoy, B x the day had come for my class to learn about the human body.